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History of the 90’s Launches July 17 with Host Kathy Kenzora

PRESS RELEASE — July 9, 2019

TORONTO, July 3, 2019 From the LA riots to the fall of the Berlin Wall, from 90210 to Friends, Corus Entertainment’s Curiouscast network is taking listeners on a journey inside the social, political and cultural moments that defined a decade in a brand new podcast, History of the 90’s. The podcast is an expansion of host Kathy Kenzora’s popular History of 1995 podcast, which was included on Apple’s list of Best Canadian Podcasts in 2018. History of the 90’s is a co-production between Curiouscast and Kathy Kenzora.

“The 90’s is one of the most fascinating decades in modern history. To stop and think about how much the world has changed as a result of that short window of time is truly remarkable. Not only willthis podcast explore some of the biggest moments of the 90’s, Kathy will also take a deep dive into stories many listeners have likely never heard before,” said Chris ‘Dunner’ Duncombe, Director of Streaming and Podcasting, Corus Entertainment. “We are so excited to share this new podcast with Curiouscast listeners.”

Host Kathy Kenzora began her career as a journalist in Toronto. She worked as a reporter with Q107 and Global News 640 Toronto for five years before leaving radio to pursue a career in communications and media relations. At her core, she is an old-school reporter who loves to tell stories. Kenzora is based in Ontario.

“When we were living through the 90’s, it was hard to appreciate the importance of everything that was going on in the world at the time,” said Kathy Kenzora, host of History of the 90’s. “This podcast gives us a chance to take a retrospective look at the major stories and events of the 90’s with a more complete understanding of the impact they had on society.”

The trailer for History of The 90’s is available here. Premiering with two episodes on July 17, new episodes will be released every two weeks via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn and RSS feed. For more information, visit

The award-winning Curiouscast network launched in 2018 and is home to internationally-recognized brands with diverse audio storytelling, including: the #1 music podcast in Canada*, The Ongoing History of New Music; and number 1 podcasts Russia Rising and Crime Beat, both of which spent their launch weeks at #1 on Apple Podcasts and remains listed as one of the ‘Top Podcasts’ on the platform; top true crime podcasts Nighttime and Dark Poutine; and Super Awesome Science Show (2019 Canadian Podcast Award Winner for Outstanding Science and Medicine Podcast) andNothing Much Happens: Bedtime Stories for Grownups.

*SOURCE: Apple Podcasts: Top Charts (Canada), Music, February 28, 2019.

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History of the 90s
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